Vladikavkaz former Mayor declared wanted
Ex-Mayor of Vladikavkaz Sergey Dzantiev is suspected of embezzlement. During searches in his house, at least 3 million rubles, a gold bar weighing 1 kilogram and several credit cards, with 50 million rubles on its accounts were found.
During searches in the house of Vladikavkaz former Mayor Sergey Dzantiyev, which were carried out in connection with suspicion of waste of state property, 3 million rubles, a gold bar weighing 1 kilogram and several credit cards, with 50 million rubles on its accounts were found.
As Kommersant notes, Federal Security Service officers found documents with illegal financial schemes in Dzantiyev's house. Nothing is reported about details.
The newspaper notes that the former Mayor absconded. According to preliminary data, he is currently in Rostov-on-Don, from where he is going to leave Russia. The police of the Rostov Region is engaged in search of the former city's Mayor.
As media service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in North Ossetia reported, law enforcement agencies suspect Sergey Dzantiyev of conducting crimes under part 4 Art. 160 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Misappropriation or Embezzlement, which are committed by an organised group, on an especially large scale).
Two suspects are already detained within the case of Dzantiyev, their names are not revealed.
It should be noted that a year ago Dzantiyev left his post ahead of schedule, though under the contract he should have been holding it for 4 years more. As Kommersant writes, Dzantiyev was forced to leave by Governor of North Ossetia Tamerlan Aguzarov.
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